Friday, August 12, 2022

Launch of Indian Ruminations

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www.indianruminations.com, the journal of Indian English writers was launched by K. N Panicker, writer, critic, and vice chairman of Higher Education Council, on 16th May 2010, sunday at 10.30 am at Press Club Hall, Thiruvananthapuram He also released the poetry book “Break the silence” by Sandhya S.N. V. N Murali, General Secretary, Purogamana Kala Sahitya Sangham received the first copy of the book.

J.T Jayasingh gave an introduction to the book ‘Break the silence’. Also he gave a detailed introductory talk on the New Voices Writers Circle.  Poets, Annie George and P.A. Noushad gave felicitation to the venture. Prof . B Hridayakumai  inagurated the annual meet of New Voices Writers Circle.  K.G Suraj, Programme Committee convenor, gave vote of thanks in the meeting.

New Voices Writers’ Circle

This is an Indian English writers’ circle initiated by Annie George, P A Noushad, J T Jayasingh,   Sandhya S.N., Shyamala Nair and later decorated by Latha Sakhya and many others.

In the afternoon session of the annual meet poetry reading and discusiion was conducted. The meeting decided to conducted next writers meet at Kozhikode.  All Indian English Writers are welcome to join this circle.

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Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

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